Bradbury is a suburb of Sydney, in the province of New South Wales, Australia. Bradbury is found 54 kilometers south-west of the Sydney focal business region, in the neighborhood government zone of the City of Campbelltown and is a piece of the Macarthur district. The rural area highlights numerous zones of greenery with local trees portraying generally boulevards. Numerous avenues are home to a scope of local trees. A large portion of the road names in the rural area are after kinds of trees, for example, Bottlebrush Avenue, Jacaranda Avenue, Stringybark Place and Ash Place.